Port Mann / Highway #1

Port Mann Highway #1

The Port Mann Highway #1 Improvement Project includes constructing a new 10-lane Port Mann Bridge, widening 37 km of highway from 6 to 8 lanes, upgrading interchanges, implementing congesting reduction measures such as high occupancy vehicle lanes, and improving access and safety on Highway #1. The project, which extends from the McGill Street Interchange in Vancouver to 200th Street in Langley, was originally procured as an estimated $3 billion toll-based public-private partnership project but is now being executed as design-build.

Scope of Services:

Independent Certifier for tolling, substantial, and final completion. Also, previous to Independent Certifier role, undertook lender’s technical advisory services for the Gateway Mobility Partners, lead by Cintra.

Client:

TI Corp / Kiewit Flatiron General Partnership

Location:

Metro Vancouver, BC

Capital Cost:

$2.4 billion

Delivery Model:

Design-Build

Dates of Assignment:

2010-2014: Independent Certifier for MoTI and Kiewit/Flatiron Partnership